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The Tsunami, One Year Later

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The Tsunami, One Year Later

The Tsunami, One Year Later

The Tsunami, One Year Later

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It's been a year since the world woke up to news about the tsunami in Southeast Asia, one of the most devastating disasters in history. Erich Krauss, author of Wave of Destruction: The Stories of Four Families and History's Deadliest Tsunami, discusses personal stories about people whose lives were swept away, and how they have moved on.

Guests:

Erich Krauss, author of Wave of Destruction: The Stories of Four Families and History's Deadliest Tsunami

Michael Kocher, Indonesia regional director for the International Rescue Committee